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Multidisciplinary artist JEMIMASARA opens solo show ‘My mind is a toilet’ in Margate.

Portrait of the JEMIMASARA courtesy the artist

The theme of the show is about how our minds can be literal toilets, how we can ‘dump’ a lot of negativity within our mind. Sometimes we just need to find a way to flush it all out. There will even be a toilet you can write a little note in and flush down the loo with a pink brain. 

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Install shot JEMIMASARA SOLO EXHIBITION: ‘MY MIND IS A TOILET’ Courtesy the artist

JEMIMASARA welcomes you to her solo exhibition: ‘My mind is a toilet’. JEMIMASARA is a multidisciplinary artist playing with the fluidity of everyday life, merges diaristic texts with the figurative, making meaning from the ‘nitty-gritty’ and day-to-day.

Install shot JEMIMASARA SOLO EXHIBITION: ‘MY MIND IS A TOILET’ Courtesy the artist

JEMIMASARA SOLO EXHIBITION: ‘MY MIND IS A TOILET’  14TH – 19TH OCTOBER 2021  CRATE, 1 Bilton Square, High Street, Margate CT9 1EE  PV Friday 15th October

Install shot JEMIMASARA SOLO EXHIBITION: ‘MY MIND IS A TOILET’ Courtesy the artist

About the artist

JEMIMASARA: a multi-disciplinary artist addressing self-expression and aspects of mental health. Her approach to drawing is enriched by a background in puppetry and plays on the fluidity of everyday life. Merging diaristic texts with the figurative, Jemima Sara’s practice derives meaning from the ‘nitty-gritty’ and day-to-day. Predominantly word and image, these pieces mostly need little explanation as they are, to some extent self-identifying. In recognition, the viewer is invited to question their response and positionality if they desire. In reflecting, confessing and revealing the struggles of daily life, her drawings ignite conversation as a form of self-therapy or so-called catharsis. 

JEMIMASARA has exhibited her work in many solo and group shows including The South London Gallery x Camberwell, Copeland Gallery, The Square Gallery and has been featured in publications including Elle, The Evening Standard, Marie Claire, amongst others. www.jemimasara.co.uk 

ABOUT CRATE: an artist-led organisation based in East Kent supporting contemporary visual artists’ research and practice. CRATE promotes critical debate and the exchange of ideas without prescribed outcomes. 

CRATE is located in an old printworks, just off Margate High Street, behind KFC and next to LIMBO. The space is a ten minute walk from Margate train station, which runs regular services to London St Pancras and London Victoria, and five minutes away from Turner Contemporary Gallery.

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